TAKING OVER DOWNTOWN (NYC BIKELIFE)

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New York City Veterans Day Tribute – NYC Screensaver 4K – Downtown Manhattan HD

Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans, who are people who have served in the United States Armed Forces (that were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable).[1][2] It coincides with other holidays including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day… Continue reading New York City Veterans Day Tribute – NYC Screensaver 4K – Downtown Manhattan HD

Downtown NYC's future 2nd tallest tower? 125 Greenwich Street, September 2014

125 Greenwich Street, Downtown NYC, by Rafael Viñoly (architect) and Michael Shvo (developer). Planned to rise nearly as tall as One World Trade Center. Includes before and after photos. September 7, 2014 MVI 7036 7045 7067 source

NYC CHEAP Food Guide- 13 AFFORDABLE Places That Taste GOOD in New York City !

I present an NYC Cheap Food Guide for 2019, that will take you to 13 places (with 2 bonus choices) to try an incredible array of affordable dishes. From Chinatown, to Brooklyn, Queens, and Midtown Manhattan we’re going on a street food adventure that won’t affect your wallet. Pizza, Dumplings, Bagels, and more.. Take good… Continue reading NYC CHEAP Food Guide- 13 AFFORDABLE Places That Taste GOOD in New York City !

2nd Ave vs Lexington Ave for cycling downtown NYC – which is better?

Is 2nd Avenue or Lexington Avenue better for cycling downtown in Manhattan from the Queensboro Bridge? I’ve put together two clips in split video to help you make a decision. I ride both routes to 1st Street (but need to turn left on 22nd street on the Lexington Avenue route since that’s where it ends).… Continue reading 2nd Ave vs Lexington Ave for cycling downtown NYC – which is better?

How a Train Tunnel Became the Center of NYC’s Art Scene | I Was There

In this episode of “I Was There”, VICE meets Chris Pape, a renowned artist known for his graffiti work in the “Freedom Tunnel”. The tunnel runs under Riverside Park in Manhattan and was used for freight trains until its closure in the 1980s. Once closed, a community of homeless people began to flourish. Chris Pape… Continue reading How a Train Tunnel Became the Center of NYC’s Art Scene | I Was There

Brooklyn Bridge Downtown Manhattan Hyperlapse 4K UHD NYC Drone Video Aerial Landscapes Equinox Beats

Brooklyn Bridge, Downtown Manhattan Day/ Night Hyperlapse NYC Drone Video Music By: Equinox Beats~~ YouTube.com/EquinoxBeats Song: Full Movie Video By: Aerial Landscapes Flying With NYC5BDM source